The next is a self portrait from Waterlooville club meeting in about '88. The bike is a 500 Antig Weslake.
And Stirling Moss in a Mercedes, laid back and relaxed as always:
The next items are just cool random pics. I can't remember where they came from so sorry for not giving due credit. (I will correct this as soon as possible or remove them if necessary)
The next picture relates to the American outlaw car (see elsewhere in blog). When I started collecting parts for the car and placing them together I thought I would create a comic strip false provenance for the car's history, this was fun with my young son. Trouble is it takes an age, having written a storyline and "script" and created the drawings I realised I couldn't fit the script into the available space. Impatience took over and I went ahead with a severely chopped script that barely makes sense. The story was meant to continue with further instalments. The car is called the "Wisconsin Marine Special." You will see the full size one taking on it's identity in a short time hopefully.
Don't know anything about trains, but nice mechanisms to sketch.
Some Clay sculptures:
The sidecar represents the days shared with my brother racing off road.
There is a representation of Thrust II landspeed record car, Spirit of Ecstasy. A broken George and The Dragon and a plasticene '20s dirt track car
And some more paintings. One with a knife, the '61 Shark nose Ferrari, another unfinished..too scared to tackle the wheels on this Riley Gamecock (I was involved in restoring the real car). And finally a painting of the Burt Munro Logo.